Businesses to make case for broadband to Oireachtas

A group of senior executives representing a number of large and small domestic and international businesses in Ireland is to voice its concern about Ireland's lack of broadband connectivity before an Oireachtas committee.

5th April, 2008

A group of senior executives representing a number of large and small domestic and international businesses in Ireland is to voice its concern about Ireland's lack of broadband connectivity before an Oireachtas committee.

The group was established following recent informal discussions between senior eBay executives, led by John McElligott, managing director of eBay Ireland, and communications minister Eamon Ryan and enterprise minister Micheál Martin. McElligott has been an outspoken critic of Ireland's poor broadband performance...

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